What is a cow calf producer?
A person (be it a man or woman) who raises commercial cattle (cows and bulls) to produce calves. The calves are sold at weaning time to be prepared and marketed for beef.
Plenty. "Cow have calf" is not a proper sentence, it's referred to as an "incomplete sentence." To form a proper sentence using these words give you something like this: "A cow will have a calf." "A cow is going to have a calf." "The cow will have a calf." "The cow is going to have a calf." And so on and so forth.
A cow that has NEVER had a calf in her lifetime is called a Heifer. A cow that has not had a calf YET is a heavily pregnant or heavy-bred, or a short-bred or long-bred cow. A cow that has not had a calf during a calving season is called a barren cow, an open cow, a cystic cow, a cull cow, a meat/slaughter cow, a poor cow, a free-loader, etc.
A cow-calf operation is an operation that uses cows and bulls as breeding stock to produce calves. These calves are often sold for the purpose of being used for beef production, and as the main annual source of income for the cow-calf producer. Cow-calf operations always pertain to the use of beef cattle, not dairy cattle. The cows themselves are often cross-bred, straight-bred or even purebred. A cow-calf operation can be commercial, where 80 to…